Scattered throughout the Broncos’ training facility at Dove Valley are clusters of highlights from recent seasons, blown-up images of Von Miller‘s signature strip-sack in Super Bowl 50, of John Elway hoisting the team’s first and second Lombardi Trophies, of Peyton Manning standing atop a podium at Levi’s Stadium as confetti rained down in celebration. Not far from the locker room is a collage of images from the Broncos’ Week 4 victory over the Raiders in Denver this season. For the players who pass by daily, the images have become more lowlights than highlights. That was the last time the Broncos experienced the thrill of winning. And for now, it hangs as a daily reminder to those who filter in and out of the team’s facility, searching for the feeling again. “That’s something that we see every day,” running back C.J. Anderson said. “No disrespect to you guys or anybody else out there, but we lose, everybody is mad and then you move on with your life. We have to come in here and see this every day. Hopefully, we can put up a new collage of pictures with a winning score against the Dolphins.” The Broncos are not oblivious to the jeers and the calls for their head coach to be fired.  But over the last seven weeks, as the Broncos have plummeted from a 3-1 team to a 3-8 mess, pressure is building and its effect is noticeable on the sidelines and felt throughout the team’s headquarters. Vance Joseph has experienced it many times before in his 12 years as an NFL assistant, including, most recently, as a defensive coordinator on Adam Gase’s staff in Miami in 2016. In Gase’s first season as a head coach, the Dolphins opened their 2016 season 1-4, but turned it around to finish 10-6 and clinch their first playoff berth in eight years. “We had adversity and no one blinked,” Joseph said. “(Gase) kept pushing, the team kept pushing and the coaches (kept pushing), and we made it out of it. When you go through those things with a person, it makes you close because it was hard last year. We lost four, five in a row and ended up winning nine straight, so I get it.” But never, until now, has Joseph experienced it as a head coach. In his first season, Joseph has learned what Gase